We are inviting local design legend Norm Cox to give his talk "True Confessions Of Design Therapist."
Norm Cox is co-founder and principal of Cox&Hall and interaction/experience design consultant.
He began his professional career at Xerox in 1972 designing typefaces for the company’s line of electronic typewriters. In 1978 he took his visual design skills to Xerox's famed Palo Alto Research Center in California as the visual and interface designer for the Xerox "Star" personal workstation, the world’s first graphical user interface. An independent consultant since 1982, he has designed numerous diverse and award winning user interfaces for a broad range of domestic and international clients. He is named as inventor on 29 design patents relating to user interface design and is a frequent lecturer to businesses, universities and design conferences. He has also juried international design competitions and been an expert witness in high profile copyright infringement litigation relating to interaction and interface design.
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